By ROB REISCHEL
Two series into the 2018 season, that was already the buzz throughout Packer Nation.
Dom Capers, Green Bay’s defensive coordinator from 2009-’17 who was fired in January, suddenly looked pretty good. That’s because Chicago scored 10 points in its first two possessions and the Packers — under new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine — looked confused and overmatched.
“We just kept at it,” Packers outside linebacker Nick Perry said. “The important thing for us was don’t give in and don’t give up.”
They didn’t. And on a night where Aaron Rodgers gave a le...
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